Professor Montalvo Corzo has devoted his research and teaching work to theoretical and applied micro economics, company economy, industrial organization, econometrics, game theory, and global businesses, areas about which he has widely written. Among his publications and intellectual contributions co-authorship of 6 books, ten book chapters, 15 scientific articles and several publications and participation in newspapers, informative journals and radio and television programs are highlighted.
He has been an associate researcher in applied macroeconomics and optimal stochastic control in the Center of Economic Research and Teaching, and he worked in the private sector in the branch of insurance. Likewise, he has served as a consultant in projects for different companies.
He has participated as a member in several professional associations, such as the Committee of Economic Analysis of Coparmex Jalisco, the Committee of Economic Development and the Board of the American Chamber of Commerce, the Consulting Board of Advisors of the Economic Promotion Secretary of the State of Jalisco, the Academy of Jalisco of Science and the Institute of Statistical and Geographical Information. He is also a member of the National System of Researchers of CONACYT, Level I.
In addition to his role as Director of EGADE Business School Guadalajara, Professor Montalvo has served in Tecnológico de Monterrey as the director of the Graduate School in Administration, campus Guadalajara, of the Graduate School in Administration and the Virtual University and the School of Graduates in Administration and Business Management. Likewise, he has been visiting professor in countries such as United Kingdom, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Panama, France, and the United States, and he has taught a course SNOC (Small Network Online Course) in GNAM consortium (Global Network for Advanced Management).
He has short-term studies in Geographical Economics and Overlapped Generations in the Technical University of Lisbon; Business and Chinese Market in Fudan University and Pekin University; Visualization of Data in Stevens Institute of Technology and Entrepreneurship in Babson College.